As regulars will appreciate, errors are not uncommon here on the pages of Bignews Margate, not factually or in argument but English and all that malarkey, and some will notice that postings are altered as I reread minutes, hours and days later.
Still it's reassuring to know that I'm not alone, nice little story on the Mail online site today " Must try arder! ..." which relies on a school report sent by a teacher to parents, littered with spelling and grammatical errors.
Anyhow I try my best, read and reread this stuff and then some time down the line, I cringe as I find errors which range in severity from a "Damn!" (a missing comma), "Blast!" (wrong word used) or "F*** me!" ( gobbledegook, libel, or cocked up title), I'm sure one day I shall create a masterpiece, maybe its my schooling, that's at fault, although I 'm fairly sure I learnt next to nothing at Charles Dickens in Broadstairs, so I can't blame them and anyhow that was nearly forty years ago.
I feel sorry for the teacher in this case, clearly under pressure to write dozens of reports which aren't entirely blunt or honest about students for fear of offending parents, it's a while since I've been a recipient of one of those documents but did notice in the last few, that teachers were writing bliming essays, so who could blame a teacher forgetting to hit the spell checker.
Hopefully the teacher concerned, at Gleed Girl's Technology College will in future "concentrate more". And for readers please put away your red pens and superior grammar.